Please note we have made some changes to the OTFL webinar schedule.
Due to many requests to offer these sessions to accommodate different time zones, the cadence of the program has been modified. Webinars will be offered the first Tuesday of each month at both 9:00 am EST and 2:00 pm EST.
Privileged Account Security Best Practices for Robotic Process Automation: CyberArk Integration with UiPath
Tuesday, August 7th / 9 a.m. ET and 2:00 p.m. ET
Examining security risks related to privileged credentials: Learn how to proactively secure, protect and monitor privileged credentials in RPA
OTFL Machine Learning Prevents Privilege Attacks at the Endpoint
February 6 / 9 a.m. ET and 2:00 p.m. ET
Endpoint Application Risk Analysis Service: Stephen Lowing and Chuck McAllister
To address ongoing privilege account risk posed by evolving threat tactics, attend this session to learn how, through machine learning and cloud-based analytics, to stop attackers from gaining a foothold on endpoints. By detecting potentially malicious applications, timely, well-informed privilege and application control policy decisions can be made.
During this session we’ll demonstrate:
Detecting the Risk Obscured in Hidden Parts of Kerberos
March 6 / 9am EST or 2pm EST
A CyberArk Labs team presentation: Ido Hoorvitch & Lavi Lazarovitz
As long as Kerberos communication is not being decrypted, attackers get an opportunity to act freely using Kerberos without being detected because the encryption is being handed to them on a silver platter. Because Microsoft’s native software uses Kerberos, once control over a computer in a network is obtained, attackers can hide their activities and easily blend into a detection-less highway.
Attend this webinar presented by the CyberArk Labs team to learn how decrypting the Kerberos protocol can bridge the gap between attackers and the defensive side by providing the defenders a real view over the network.
Sprawl of Risks - Assess your Current Risk State using CyberArk DNA
April 3 / 9am EST or 2pm EST
Helping organizations broaden their visibility into privileged account risks: Joe Juette
CyberArk offers a FREE and easy-to-use standalone discovery and audit tool that automatically scans your network and assess your current risk state to determine how susceptible your organization is related to privileged account credential attacks. The tool generates a report and visual organizational maps that evaluate the privileged account security status in the organization and assists in helping you to prioritize what you should focus on first in a Privileged Account Security Program.
We’ll demonstrate how to discover the sprawl of the risks and learn how CyberArk DNA can:
Integrating DevOps Secrets Management with Privileged Account Security
May 1 / 9am EST or 2pm EST
How to seamlessly extend existing privileged credential protection capabilities to dynamic DevOps environments, including PCF: Joe Garcia
This session covers two newly announced integrations with CyberArk Enterprise Password Vault: one with CyberArk Conjur Enterprise and another with Pivotal Cloud Foundry. With CyberArk Enterprise Password Vault and CyberArk Conjur Enterprise, organizations can automatically replicate secrets from the CyberArk Enterprise Password Vault to CyberArk Conjur Enterprise and through to PCF. This enables organizations to leverage their existing investments in CyberArk by using the CyberArk Enterprise Password Vault to manage and automatically rotate secrets in DevOps environments, based on policies established for the CyberArk Enterprise Password Vault.
In this webinar, we’ll show how to seamlessly extend existing privileged credential protection capabilities to dynamic DevOps environments. We’ll demonstrate how to:
Protecting the Privilege Pathway: Learn How from Demos of Five Attack Scenarios that Exploit Privilege
June 5 / 9am EST or 2pm EST
Our experts show how it can be done using CyberArk Endpoint Privilege Manager.: Chuck McAllister & Allan Cox, CyberArk
“The privilege pathway” refers to the method attackers frequently leverage when they steal and escalate credentials while pivoting throughout the network. The ultimate goal often is to achieve complete domain takeover via a golden ticket whereby they gain access to all critical assets.
In almost all cases, attacks of this nature start on endpoints, commonly thru a phishing attack. Once attackers gain a foothold, they carry out actions that take them beyond your endpoints to servers and eventually to the critical assets holding sensitive IP or customer data. These attacks happen all the time, at companies of all sizes, all industries.
But how do you stop them? Our experts will show you how it can be done using CyberArk Endpoint Privilege Manager.
Chuck McAllister, Technical Advisor- Customer Success
Allan Cox, Sales Engineer
Rethink the Threat: A Single View into Privileged Account Risks
Tuesday, August 7th / 9am EST or 2pm EST
A purpose-built solution that provides complete proactive controls on privileged account usage: Bogdan Nedelcov, Head of Product Alliances & Andy Givens, Regional SE Director
RPA software interacts directly with business applications using credentials and entitlements, so this can introduce risks when the robots automate and perform routine business processes across multiple systems.
Learn about the vulnerabilities attackers seek out in RPA, and the methods you can employ to proactively secure, protect and monitor privileged credentials in RPA non-human user entities that mirror human entitlements. We’ll provide an overview and demo of the UiPath platform, show how the integration with CyberArk works and talk about how companies are using it.
During this session, you’ll learn:
Golden SAML are the new Golden Tickets
December 12 / 9 a.m. ET and 2:00 p.m. ET
Explore a new attack vector that CyberArk Labs has discovered and dubbed “golden SAML” : Vishal Patel
In this webinar, we will explore a new attack vector that CyberArk Labs has discovered and dubbed “golden SAML.” The vector enables an attacker to create a golden SAML, which is basically a forged SAML “authentication object,” and authenticate across every service that uses SAML 2.0 protocol as an SSO mechanism.
Our team from CyberArk Labs will discuss how in a golden SAML attack, attackers can gain access to any application that supports SAML authentication (e.g. Azure, AWS, vSphere, etc.) with any privileges they desire and be any user on the targeted application (even one that is non-existent in the application in some cases).
We’ll then demonstrate our new tool, shimit, that implements a golden SAML in order to compromise an AWS account from within a Microsoft domain.
Strengthening Machine Identity Protection – A Combined Venafi and CyberArk Application Identity Manager Solution
September 12 / 2PM EST
Perform sensitive renewal, replacement and rekey operations without administrator involvement: Brian Durkin (Venafi) Joe Garcia and Kevin Ross (CyberArk)
As part of your SSL/TLS certificate lifecycle management process, Venafi uses privileged credentials stored in the Venafi solution. Based on security and operational needs, CyberArk and Venafi developed a joint integration to automatically protect and manage these credentials in CyberArk, making them available to Venafi, as needed, based on organizations’ security policy. Join us and learn how to:
Curse of the typo! Automate repeated tasks to improve efficiency and reduce risk around user mistakes
September 19 / 2PM EST
Automate privilege tasks to avoid user error and costly outages: David Higgins
Daily repetitive tasks can be inadvertently damaging to a business caused by things human error (typos!) and abuse of privileged access (insider threats!). Automated task management, both in the cloud and on-premises, safeguards your remote vendors and internal users alike by automating manual sometimes critically sensitive privileged tasks while simultaneously improving workflow productivity.
Join this session to see how CyberArk can automate an array of regular tasks with a single click to establish user accountability and better protect your environment.
How Attackers are Using Domain Fronting to Abuse Content Delivery Networks (CDNs)
September 28 / 2PM EST
A Special Red Team OTFL Webinar: Shay Nahari
In this OTFL session, Shay Nahari, CyberArk’s Red Team lead, will present a new technique for domain fronting, which enables attackers to abuse Content Delivery Networks (CDNs) to mask malware command and control (C2) traffic. While many CDNs are potentially impacted, Akamai is one of the largest. During our research we identified tens of thousands of high reputation domains served by Akamai’s CDN that can be used for domain fronting.
This research demonstrates a new technique for hiding a C2 channel completely within a CDN. We will show POC tools that utilize this technique.
Security that Moves At DevOps Velocity
October 3 / 2PM EST
Join us for Part 1 of our OTFL DevOps Series: Jody Hunt and Evan Litwak
With the velocity of DevOps, in many cases companies are rolling out applications that fall outside of their normal stringent security policies. Business units are accepting that risk, because in companies where security stop applications rolling out, they lose competitive advantage, despite staying relatively risk free. What is needed is 1) for security, a tool set that allows them to extend our trust networks into a next gen I.T environment without inhibiting the speed/velocity of the cloud and DevOps teams; and 2) for DevOps/cloud teams, you want to be able to move at speed, without being concerned with manual security processes at every turn.
Attend Part 1 of our OTFL DevOps series to learn how CyberArk Conjur helps DevOps teams to secure their secrets, machine identities, and users in highly dynamic DevOps environments at scale
CyberArk Conjur - A library of validated integrations with CI/CD tools
October 17 / 2PM EST
Join us for Part 2 of our OTFL DevOps Series: Jody Hunt and Evan Litwak
In Part 2 of our DevOps series, we’ll demonstrate how developers can integrate Conjur into their projects with minimal effort. In order to maintain the software delivery pipeline integrity and to help reduce security risks associated with unprotected privileged credentials embedded into applications, CyberArk Conjur immediately incorporates and mirrors privileged account security policies consistently across the DevOps ecosystem. Attend this session to learn how the CyberArk Conjur Solution:
Building and Securing Cloud Workloads with AWS and CyberArk
October 24 / 2PM EST
Automating in AWS… with AWS: Andy Givens, CyberArk and Scot Ward, Amazon Web Services
Amazon has set the stage for an evolution in cloud computing. Not only providing a low cost environment to run infrastructure, but by delivering services consumable directly by your application builders. But security of the cloud is a shared responsibility, and in a developer-centric world, organizations must provide security tools that entice developers to build securely, and make it easy to do so. Join speakers from CyberArk and AWS to learn how we work together to help organizations secure their application delivery and management.
The Personal Privileged Users: How to Manage Named Administrators
November 7 / 2PM EST
Mitigate the high risk that expose these users: David Higgins and Lars Melandar
Personal Privileged Users are Strong Named accounts that are owned by individuals in the organization. They could be Domain users that are member of the strongest groups in the ActiveDirectory, such as “Domain Admins”, but they could also be local users with highest permissions on Operating Systems including Unix/Linux and also on Corporate Business Applications.
This session will explore why the Personal Privileged Users are under the highest risk in your organization and how to mitigate those risks.